Deanna Spingola’s guest blogger “Wayne from Canada” aka “justice4germans” discusses the German film which he translated and narrated into English called “Hitler’s War – What the Historians Neglect to Mention”. He discusses how he came across this underground German film which explains WWII from the German perspective, and how it had confirmed much of his own research into the true origins of the war. He talks about the producer of the film, and how the movie is based largely upon the book “1939 – The War that Had Many Fathers” by German Major-General Gerd-Schultze-Ronhof (Ret) from the German Bundeswehr, and how his book has been received in Germany. He explains who the original German narrators were and the level of credibility they provide. Wayne mentions a speech by Angela Merkel in 2009 that had incensed and inspired the anonymous German filmmaker to create this film, as well, as how it had in turn motivated himself to translate and narrate it for the English speaking world, and he explains why it is important for the true and full story to be told. Wayne goes onto speak about the pogroms and atrocities carried out against the German minorities in Poland and in Czechoslovakia, how these were ignored by the allies, and he then reads excerpts from the “German White Book” and some of the diplomatic communiques between the government of the Third Reich and the Polish government, all of which which confirms and validates the historical facts as presented in this film. This program aired on Oct. 30th, 2012 on RBN.
Watch the film here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7mA0kk29DBA
The author’s research leads to some surprising conclusions. Documents from foreign ministries, and notes and memoranda from British, French, Italian and American leaders, ministers, diplomats and military commanders, prove that quite a number of countries were involved in instigating World War II. Interconnections, hitherto overlooked, are made clear. “This war”, writes Schultze-Rhonhof, “had many fathers.” Much in our German history from 1919 to 1939 cannot be understood without cognizance of contemporary events in other lands: actions and reactions are closely linked together. Yet it was not only contemporary events in neighboring nations which contributed to the start of the war, it was also, and not insignificantly, the joint prehistory of the disputing parties. Almost every history has a prehistory.
See Website: Gerd- Schultze-Rhonhof: “vorkriegsgeschichte.de”